“Better than perfect” was how my 87-year-old father described his experience getting his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday morning at a mass vaccination site at Shenandoah University’s James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics & Events Center. Read more
U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has a lot of explaining to do, as some in Washington are saying his removal this fall of mail sorting machines at postal facilities is partly to blame for challenges the U.S. Postal Service faced in getting packages delivered during the Christmas season. O… Read more
Over the past year the death toll from covid-19 has been compared to deaths from lots of other causes, ranging from seasonal influenza to war to heart disease to car accidents to swimming-pool drownings. Read more
Given that this is a crime and justice column, it is pretty safe to say this will likely be the only time I do a movie review. But considering the subject matter of the new movie "I Care a Lot," this film is right up my alley. Read more
For the duration of his 2020 presidential campaign — which at first appeared to be a long shot, especially given the far left's vocal disdain for "old, white men" ¯ Joe Biden ran on the promise that he would unite the country. He repeatedly spoke about the importance of America's institution… Read more
If you read the news, I’m sure that you have seen the attacks launched by many intolerant persons on Hyatt Hotels over the past few days since they allowed the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to rent one of their conference centers. I would like to thank Hyatt and express my … Read more
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Well, Mr. Sherry (March 1 Open Forum), why are you wailing now over the condition of your Republican Party? It is a party of your own creation. Read more
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